Mitchel McCann may have lost a war, but he never lost his belief. The preacher kept his faith throughout all the blood and the dying; trading his pulpit for the brace of Walker Colts. McCann still believes in God, but he is no longer sure that God believes in him.
Justice Simpson was only seven years old when she lost father. She has been losing steadily ever since.
In the winter of 1872 the war is long over, but on the Kansas—Missouri border old wounds are slow to heal and they leave ugly scars. The past is something that neither the preacher nor the girl can escape.
As an ADA he believed he could make the world a better place. He made a promise he couldn’t keep. A promise that could cost him everything.
Now, he’s in a race against time to find the boy, save the damsel, and free himself from a dragon no one can leash before everything in his world is burned to cinders. This is his last chance to be a White Knight.
Some men only know how to do hard things the hard way.
Mexican Federal Agent Marcos Camarena dedicated his life to the job. But in a country where corruption is not an attribute but a scale; men like Marcos lead fated lives.
When his life is threatened, Marcos leaves law enforcement, leaving Mexico City behind for a coastal resort town—until an old friend asks him for a favor. Despite his best efforts, Marcos can’t find it in his heart to refuse, and soon finds himself isolated on the political front lines of the war on drugs
One Eye Forward
Christopher Irvin has traded all hope of a good night’s rest for the chance to spend his mornings writing dark and noir fiction. His short stories have appeared in several publications, including Thuglit, Noir Nation, and Shotgun Honey. He lives with his wife and son in Boston, Massachusetts. For more, visit christopherirvin.net.